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Now Offering: Senior Mobility and Balance Assessments


The American Physical Therapy Association recommends that all individuals visit a physical therapist at least annually to optimize movement and promote health, wellness, and fitness; and slow progression of impairments of body functions and structures, activity limitations, and participation restrictions.


Who is it for: Anyone over the age of 65 who is interested in how their strength, balance, and coordination are affecting their mobility, and want to optimize their health!


What is it: A Comprehensive Mobility Assessment with a Doctor of Physical Therapy including:

  • Blood Pressure Screening

  • Gait speed Analysis

  • Functional strength and Power testing

  • Balance, and coordination assessments.

  • Customized Exercise Recommendations


Where is it:

  • Your home, given you live in our service area (see map at bottom of this page). We bring all the necessary equipment to you.

  • On your computer: If you prefer a virtual experience or live outside our service area, we can offer a similar experience virtually.


When is it?

  • These sessions are 45 minutes in length and scheduled based on mutual availability. Click here to sign up.

How much does it cost?

  • If you have noticed that you're slowing down in recent months, have difficulty getting out of chairs, or have had any near or actual falls, insurance can cover an assessment to determine what you can do to improve your mobility as well as ongoing Physical Therapy if it is needed (your cost after insurance coverage will be ~$20)

  • If you haven't noticed any issues but want some specific guidance to optimize your mobility and performance, the cost is $100 for the session and personalized exercise program.

How do I sign up?

  • If you're ready to book an appointment, click here and you'll be directed to our booking site.

  • If you prefer to speak on the phone, our number is 919-886-4163. Please leave a message if we do not answer as we likely are with a patient.


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